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How Time Travel Works [Video]
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Want to know how time travel works? Then sit back and watch as your favorite movie characters explain how it is done.
How Time Travel Works [via Neatorama]
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I’m disturbed by the lack of Doctor Who…
Oh, looks like there actualle was a few clips from the (ancient) old Doctor Who seasons, but just not any from the 2005+ Doctor Who seasons :(
I’ll just leave this here…
Writing as a teenager, using hash tags where they don’t make any sense: intellectual FAILure.
Writing as an adult, using capitalization in first half of a word for unnecessary emphasis : academic failure.
This clip was cool, but I didn’t learn anything? Anyone else pick up on how time travel actually works?
@Ryan, it’s all related to the general relativity and you should give a look to wikipedia.
PS: Sorry for the unnecessary @, but I like to feel young.
Thanks, AA – I’ve always wondered how time travel works, and now I know.
(I actually wrote this tomorrow.)
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